Search

In Stock

CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020 59th Edition Test Bank

Instant delivery only

  • Chapters: 42
  • Format: PDF
  • ISBN-13: 978-1260455281
  • ISBN-10: 1260455289
  • Publisher‎ MG Hill
  • Authors: Maxine Papadakis, Stephen McPhee, Michael Rabow

Original price was: $90.00.Current price is: $25.00.

SKU:tb1001644

CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020 59th Edition Test Bank

Table of Contents

Authors
Preface
1. Disease Prevention & Health Promotion
2. Common Symptoms
3. Preoperative Evaluation & Perioperative Management
4. Geriatric Disorders
5. Palliative Care & Pain Management
6. Dermatologic Disorders
Disorders of the Eyes & 7. Lids
8. Ear, Nose, & Throat Disorders
9. Pulmonary Disorders
10. Heart Disease
11. Systemic Hypertension
12. Blood Vessel & Lymphatic Disorders
13. Blood Disorders
14. Disorders of Hemostasis, Thrombosis, & Antithrombotic Therapy
15. Gastrointestinal Disorders
16. Liver, Biliary Tract, & Pancreas Disorders
17. Breast Disorders
18. Gynecologic Disorders
19. Obstetrics & Obstetric Disorders
20. Rheumatologic, Immunologic, & Allergic Disorders

 

21. Electrolyte & Acid-Base Disorders
22. Kidney Disease
23. Urologic Disorders
24. Nervous System Disorders
25. Psychiatric Disorders
26. Endocrine Disorders
27. Diabetes Mellitus & Hypoglycemia
28. Lipid Disorders
29. Nutritional Disorders
30. Common Problems in Infectious Diseases & Antimicrobial Therapy
31. HIV Infection & AIDS
32. Viral & Rickettsial Infections
33. Bacterial & Chlamydial Infections
34. Spirochetal Infections
35. Protozoal & Helminthic Infections
36. Mycotic Infections
37. Disorders Related to Environmental Emergencies
38. Poisoning
39. Cancer
40. Genetic & Genomic Disorders
41. Sports Medicine & Outpatient Orthopedics
42. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Health
Index

CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2020 Test Bank

Chapter 1. Disease Prevention & Health Promotion
____ 1. Which of the following behaviors indicates the highest potential for spreading infections
among clients? The nurse:
1) disinfects dirty hands with antibacterial soap.
2)
3)
allows alcohol-based rub to dry for 10 seconds.
washes hands only after leaving each room.
4) uses cold water for medical asepsis.
____ 2. What is the most frequent cause of the spread of infection among institutionalized
patients?
1) Airborne microbes from other patients
2)
3)
Contact with contaminated equipment
Hands of healthcare workers
4) Exposure from family members
____ 3. Which of the following nursing activities is of highest priority for maintaining medical
asepsis?
1) Washing hands
2)
3)
Donning gloves
Applying sterile drapes
4) Wearing a gown
____ 4. A patient infected with a virus but who does not have any outward sign of the disease is
considered a:
1) pathogen.
2)
3)
fomite.
vector.
4) carrier.
____ 5. A patient is admitted to the hospital with tuberculosis. Which precautions must the nurse
institute when caring for this patient?
1) Droplet transmission
2)
3)
4)
Airborne transmission
Direct contact
Indirect contact

____ 6. A patient becomes infected with oral candidiasis (thrush) while receiving intravenous
antibiotics to treat a systemic infection. Which type of infection has the patient developed?
1) Endogenous nosocomial
2)
3)
Exogenous nosocomial
Latent
4) Primary
____ 7. A patient admitted to the hospital with pneumonia has been receiving antibiotics for 2
days. His condition has stabilized, and his temperature has returned to normal. Which stage of
infection is the patient most likely experiencing?
1) Incubation
2)
3)
Prodromal
Decline
4) Convalescence
____ 8. The nurse assists a surgeon with central venous catheter insertion. Which action is
necessary to help maintain sterile technique?
1) Closing the patients door to limit room traffic while preparing the sterile field
2)
3)
Using clean procedure gloves to handle sterile equipment
Placing the nonsterile syringes containing flush solution on the sterile field
4) Remaining 6 inches away from the sterile field during the procedure
____ 9. A patient develops localized heat and erythema over an area on the lower leg. These
findings are indicative of which secondary defense against infection?
1) Phagocytosis
2)
3)
Complement cascade
Inflammation
4) Immunity
____ 10. The patient suddenly develops hives, shortness of breath, and wheezing after receiving
an antibiotic. Which antibody is primarily responsible for this patients response?
1) IgA
2)
3)
IgE
IgG
4) IgM
____ 11. What type of immunity is provided by intravenous (IV) administration of
immunoglobulin G?
1) Cell-mediated
2)
3)
4)
Passive
Humoral
Active

____ 12. A patient asks the nurse why there is no vaccine available for the common cold. Which
response by the nurse is correct?
1) The virus mutates too rapidly to develop a vaccine.
2)
3)
Vaccines are developed only for very serious illnesses.
Researchers are focusing efforts on an HIV vaccine.
4) The virus for the common cold has not been identified.
____ 13. A patient who has a temperature of 101F (38.3C) most likely requires:
1) acetaminophen (Tylenol).
2)
3)
increased fluids.
bedrest.
4) tepid bath.
____ 14. Why is a lotion without petroleum preferred over a petroleum-based product as a skin
protectant? It:
1) Prevents microorganisms from adhering to the skin.
2)
3)
Facilitates the absorption of latex proteins through the skin.
Decreases the risk of latex allergies.
4) Prevents the skin from drying and chaffing.
____ 15. For which range of time must a nurse wash her hands before working in the operating
room?
1) 1 to 2 minutes
2)
3)
2 to 4 minutes
2 to 6 minutes
4) 6 to 10 minutes
____ 16. How should the nurse dispose of the breakfast tray of a patient who requires airborne
isolation?
1) Place the tray in a specially marked trash can inside the patients room.
Place the tray in a special isolation bag held by a second healthcare worker at the
2)
3)
patients door.
Return the tray with a note to dietary services so it can be cleaned and reused for the
next meal.
Carry the tray to an isolation trash receptacle located in the dirty utility room and
4) dispose of it there.
____ 17. How much liquid soap should the nurse use for effective hand washing? At least:
1) 2 mL
2)
3)
4)
3 mL
6 mL
7 mL

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Write a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to Top
Product has been added to your cart